July 2018 Month-in-Review

July was a good blog month and a bad reading month.  After reading fourteen books (not include two DNFs) last July, this July I only managed to read four books.  But despite a very busy work schedule and still being the primary-baby-taker-carer-of for a four-month-old not yet in daycare, I managed to keep both blogs humming.  I had my best month ever at Every Day Should Be Tuesday, including the most unique visitors by a wide margin.  I also had my best month ever at Hillbilly Highways.  I mean, it was only my second blog month there, but still, improvement!  I am no longer reblogging all of my Hillbilly Highways posts here, so if the new blog sounds like something that would be up your alley, please give it a direct follow or follow the Facebook page.  I will also be linking to the top five posts at Hillbilly Highways in my month-in-review posts.

 

Tolkien 101

 

Non-Tolkien Reviews

 

Top 5 Posts at Every Day Should Be Tuesday

 

Top 5 Posts at Hillbilly Highways

 

Books acquired

 

Books started

 

Books finished

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About H.P.

Blogs on books at Every Day Should Be Tuesday (speculative fiction) and Hillbilly Highways (country noir and nonfiction). https://everydayshouldbetuesday.wordpress.com/ https://hillbillyhighways.wordpress.com/
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3 Responses to July 2018 Month-in-Review

  1. H.P. says:

    Reblogged this on Hillbilly Highways and commented:

    Check out what has been happening over at the other blog, find out just how little reading I’ve been doing this summer, and learn what the top five posts were at Hillbilly Highways in July.

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  2. pcbushi says:

    Will you be doing a write-up for The Dragon Waiting? I’d like to know if the story lives up to the cover.

    Liked by 1 person

    • H.P. says:

      I will, eventually. I didn’t think the book was all that great, but, interestingly, I do think it was a significant influence on the Wheel of Time, so I will talk a fair amount about that when I get to my post.

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